Also: soccer scammers, Bitcoin tire fires, and a crash course in how to most clearly describe your NFT project as an unregistered securities offering.
A scammer is in the slammer and a scammee is free!
I really appreciate getting links to the sources. That's how Internet journalism ought to work.
Consequently, I have some notes on your footnotes:
#2 points to the Government's reply to the court, rather than the exchange about backup batteries; that's in fact #3.
Footnotes 10 and 11 have switched places.
This is just perfection: "... this crypto influencer and shitcoin shiller" - no notes, 13/10
Reading about all this lying and swindling is fascinating but also depressing. Imagine how much good these people could do if they put their energies into genuinely helping people instead of just trying to get rich.
"Kroll, the third-party service used by FTX, BlockFi, and Genesis to allow customers to file claims in the respective bankruptcy cases, was hacked." -- this is the same Kroll service offering identity theft monitoring that PBI (pensions & life insurance company) has been referring people to use, after Progress Software (makers of MOVEit Transfer Software) was hacked, exposing a whole bunch of PBI customer data... I have the "24 months complimentary service" signup sheet next to my desk since my insurance company used PBI. Doesn't exactly fill me with confidence!